Criminal Law NSW Online

Criminal Law NSW Online

By Martin Blackmore, Greg Hosking

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Date: 22/07/2003

Code: 41167531

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eSub - ProView Criminal Law NSW - eSub 13/09/2012 41307277 N/A
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Description

Comprehensive coverage of the criminal law in NSW for both summary and indictable offences
Criminal Law NSW provides subscribers with full annotations to all the major legislation, offences broken down into their elements and, where possible, draft indictments. Structured to follow the general conduct of a criminal law matter, the discussions are topical and extensively cross-referenced which allows for intuitive researching.

Features

  • Authoritative, thorough and challenging commentary: offers extensive and in depth insights especially in relation to the Crimes Act 1900, to support pre trial preparation or court appearances.
  • Easy to use: major criminal legislation is reproduced in whole without separating its contents into topics while all other legislation that create offences are covered or summarised to aid in research.
  • Criminal Law NSW Noticeboard: subscribers also receive access to the Criminal Law NSW Noticeboard which keeps readers up to date with all of the latest legislative and case developments related to the practice of criminal law in NSW, as it occurs.
  • Experienced authors: Greg Hosking and Martin Blackmore were both deputy directors of the DPP before becoming District Court judges and have a wealth of criminal law experience.

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